Nagaland, a state lying within the hills and mountains of the northeastern frontier of the country is amongst one of the smallest states of the country. The capital city is Kohima, in the southern part of Nagaland. The three parallel mountain ranges are the backbone of Nagaland and run across the state throughout ; these are the Patkai, Barail and Kamarupan ranges. Several rivers flow from these mountains and a continuous set of hills and valleys. Some important rivers are Dikhu and Doyang. Japfu Peak is the highest peak within the Kohima district. This inexperienced land of the Nagas was formally formed as the state of Nagaland in 1963, as the sixteenth state of Indian Union on 1st December 1963.
Mythologically, princess Ulupi was a Naga Kanya, that's a girl of the king of snakes. The area of her residence in the present-day state of Nagaland. The sixteen Naga tribes embody Ao, Konyak, Sema, Chakhesang, Angami, Lotha, etc. The four non-Naga tribes embody Kuki, Kachari, Garo, Mikir.
Agriculture and horticulture Industry
Bamboo being an important product in the area contributes to 5% of the national production share. The sector employs 70% of the population while contributing majorly to the economic building of the nation. Rice is the staple food crop. This is the dietary preference also to balance the rough lifestyles of the demography in the region.
Resources and Minerals
Chemical grade limestone, coal, marble, decorative items and stones, magnetite of nickel-cobalt-chromium, are some of the fields available in the area but are not yet exploited.